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Debit cards, credit cards, quasi-credit cards, stored value cards, savings cards they differ?

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Wendy Zhu 
Asked at 2011.05.10 20:26:46
Debit cards, credit cards, quasi-credit cards, stored value cards, savings cards they differ?
answer lily green  Answered at 2011.05.10 20:26:46
Debit card: a role in consumption and savings, but not overdrawn. Credit Card: is a real credit card, an overdraft facility, there are certain interest-free period, but non-interest bearing deposits. Quasi Credit Card: with Chinese characteristics, some debit card and credit card function, can be overdrawn, but there is interest, interest-bearing deposits. Cards: the bank issued together with the mall, and vouchers, have a certain face value, spent failure. Savings card: is the expansion of current deposits, sometimes with the debit card function of the same, but with a savings passbook.
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